February 9, 2019 Subject:
HTML5 Tag video. Excellent.
Big Buck Bunny.
May 15, 2012 Subject:
Nice little film
I liked it a lot. Entertaining and high quality.
May 6, 2012 Subject:
don't mess with the bunny
A compact, fast-paced tale of murder, revenge and acorns that is extremely well-done. One reviewer here called it "sadistically funny," but "sadistic" is too strong a word. It's more a case of "you came looking for trouble; now I'm gonna give it to you."
Sadistically funny. I laughed inspite of my self. Lively characters with very expressive features. I was glued to the screen. Good luck to all of you you have talent.
September 5, 2010 Subject:
What a great film
I enjoyed this short film very much. Great cast of players!
May 21, 2010 Subject:
This IS animation
maryanna's comment is a little bewildering. She states its not animation. Just because this has been rendered on a computer does not mean that talented animators were not involved in bringing the characters to life. Its just a different medium. Like stop motion or 2d hand drawn animation. There is no magic button to press that will make this short on its own.I suggest she looks up the meaning of the word animation.
-The act, process, or result of imparting life, interest, spirit, motion, or activity
May 10, 2010 Subject:
big bunny not bugs bunny
May 3, 2010 Subject:
....Pixar..Someone Knocking On Your Door..!
March 18, 2010 Subject:
'Big Buck Bunny' is a short 3D animation movie created by the Amsterdam based 'Blender Institute' and a small international team of creators. After a production period of over six months, this short film premiered in the hip new Amsterdam cinema ‘Studio K’ and is now available for everyone else to freely enjoy and share.
The story is simple, yet funny and well executed. The animation and amazing, considering how few resources were available to create it. Big Congrats to the team.
"Big Buck Bunny" is the first Creative Commons film to ever be featured on the FrostWire welcome screen. It's also the first download to be featured in 2009 to the p2p community and received more than 40,000 downloads just from FrostWire & FrostClick alone.
Script and direction by: Sacha Goedegebure (Netherlands)
Art direction: Andreas Goralczyk (Germany)
Lead Artist: Enrico Valenza (Italy)
Animation: Nathan Vegdahl (USA), William Reynish (Denmark)
Technical directors: Brecht van Lommel (Belgium) en Campbell Barton (Australia)
Music by: Jan Morgenstern (Germany)
Produced by: Ton Roosendaal (Netherlands)